". . . but they apparently . . . "
Ok, so let's just admit that you made the assertion based on vague feelings, that are born in your own biases, and not based on anything concrete. "Anything to the right of me MUST be alt-right white supremacy!", or whatever- that you attempt to be more balanced in your delivery does not hide this. You start with yourself as the neutral point, and as someone moves to the right or the left, you begin to judge them as insufficient and untrustworthy. btw- I am not a huge fab of the Epoch Times, nor do I spend much time there at all. This is, therefore, not a defense of them- it is an attempt to point out that so long as you choose to discredit any and all sources that provide contrary information to what you want to believe, what you want to be true, you are more about disinformation than any so-called news site is.
You are not alone in this, aside from making ad hominem assertions, as we all are looking outward from within our own heads. The difference for me? I started at somewhere around your starting point, but I realized that something was wrong with everything "left". In other words, I gave up my biases and replaced them with knowledge.
And since when did Facebook become the arbiter of right and wrong? Their ban on Trump and others is not based on some holy writ, it is based on a clear far left leaning ideology. Running "pro-Trump ads" is not necessarily based on a bad bias. If a person's "bias" is that they want America to do well, that is a bias I can live with since I live here. It is astonishing how ignorant liberals are, when history bears out the exact thing we see happening now- Democrats are tearing down our national sovereignty, largely to enrich themselves. There is truly something wrong with people whose overriding desire is to command other people to do their bidding- to rule rather than represent.
Having a bias is not necessarily wrong, especially when it is based on facts, data, and reality. I choose not to rob banks because my bias is that that is wrong, a bias based on a morality that is paper thin without there being a Lawgiver Who established that stealing is wrong. That a majority decides that stealing is wrong is pointless given that the majority is on the broad road to Hell, and the way in which Democrat run "justice" departments is turning a blind eye to theft is proof of this in our own time.
You think you've discovered unbiased, or perhaps less biased news sources. Doubtful.